From: Jeff Kaneko <>
Date: Thu Jan 15 08:35:20 1998

> The D connector is an oldie - it was used by the military for many years
> in aircraft radio and radar gear. I once (may still have) had a chart with
> just about all of the variations of the standard (probably a MIL-C-
> thingie), including the weird ones with coax and high current pins.
Oh yeah! I remember those! The first cellular car phones made by
Motorola had an A size plug which had some data pins near the center,
and big, fat power pins on either side. Never saw anything like it
before. It sure looked wierd at the time . . .


> The only weird variation to survive is the DB-13W3, used for Sun video.
> William Donzelli
Received on Thu Jan 15 1998 - 08:35:20 GMT

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